Rockfeedback & Transgressive in assoc. with Heavenly Jukebox present NYE: 2010!

08 Dec 2009

old buddy ed harcourt is the first name on the bill for our end-of-decade brouhaha at the social in west london


Returning to The Social after hosting NYE 4 years ago with guests including The Rumble Strips and Young Knives, Rockfeedback, Transgressive Records and Heavenly Jukebox have teamed up for a special event at the West End's finest venue, The Social, to see in 2010.

This year's event will feature a special performance from the one and only ED HARCOURT, alongside extra special guests to be announced later this week. Expect special surprise collaborations from a man who puts the class in classic, and a wonderfully festive performance to start the night. 

Ed Harcourt has long been a close friend of both Rockfeedback and Transgressive Records, appearing frequently in the earlier stages of his career at Rockfeedback's Basement Club. What with the special nature of a New Years occasion and the teaming up with Ed's former label Heavenly for this year's celebration, a special guest such as Ed could not have been a more natural choice. Harcourt is undoubtedly one of the UK's finest talents, having also collaborated with everyone from Yusuf Islam to The Streets, and released a collection of critically acclaimed albums.

After midnight downstairs also sees "The Clock Club". A big clock on stage and a gong hit dramatically every half hour, marking a change of genre/musical style! Each special guest DJ will be playing concept sets ranging from indie smashes to bangra and dubstep set to keep sneakers moving until the early hours of 2010. DJ talents so far include Goldierocks, Rockfeedback, Transgressive, The Heavenly Jukebox, and Home.Under.Ground

Tickets are VERY limited due to a very small capacity, and are already selling quickly. They are priced at £15 and can be purchased here.  The venue is The Social, which can be found at 5 Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JD.

Doors are 8pm until very, very late (or early, depending on how you look at it).

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